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any small compartment

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They resembled Comet cells of high-grade ESS, fibroblasts, decidual cells, and predecidual endometrial stromal cells at the middle to late secretory phases.
2) Cultured decidual cells (b) 120 (220-300) (c) Muscle (aborted fetus) (e) 108 (84-273) (d) Third pregnancy Native chorionic villi (e) 160 (84-263) (d) (II.
Prostaglandins are secreted by decidual cells and are actively engaged in the complex inter-play between progesterone, prolactin, relaxin and other cytokines and growth factors.
We therefore interpreted the epithelioid cells as cytotrophoblasts, syncytiotrophoblasts, intermediate trophoblasts, and decidual cells, respectively, and concluded that products of conception from an unrelated case contaminated the specimen from the esophageal biopsy.
The third compartment is peridecidua which contains fibroblasts that are in the process of redifferentiating into decidual cells.